Tickets are on sale now for the Estuarium’s Annual Benefit Cruise. Join us aboard My Girl for a day full of estuary celebration as we cruise the Sound. We are glad to have Casey Mclean, Executive Director of SR3 (Sealife Response, Rehabilitation, and Research), and Veterinary Nurse, joining us this year for an engaging talk on marine mammal welfare here in the Puget Sound. Complete with a no host bar, door prizes, delicious food, and great company, you won’t want to miss this.
To learn more about the Estuarium’s 2019 Benefit Cruise click HERE, and be sure to purchase your tickets before September 8th to take advantage of our early bird discounts.
The Estuarium is excited to bring back our Summer Shark Spree! Join us down at the Estuarium all summer long for JAWSOME shark-centric education and activities, including free talks and demonstrations by our returning shark experts Sandy Zeiner and Dr. Dayv Lowry. Click HERE learn more about the Estuarium’s Summer Shark Spree.
Free Admission Days:
- Saturday, July 27, 1:00 – 2:00 PM: Shark Talk and Dissection with Sandy Zeiner, Shellfish and Enforcement Policy Analyst of NW Indian Fisheries Commission
- Saturday, August 24, 1:00 – 2:00 PM: Shark Talk and Hands-on Specimen with Dr. Dayv Lowry, Research Scientist of Department of Fish and Wildlife
Stop by the Estuarium now through the end of June for amazing education inspired by the iconic marine mammals of the Puget Sound in our Marine Mammal Mayhem rotating exhibit! With cool specimen from Cascadia Research Collective and the Highline MAST Aquarium at Redondo you won’t want to miss the fun!
Happy May from all of us here at the Estuarium!